Chiefs' zebra kit copied by Man United?

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The infamous 'zebra' style kit made famous by Kaizer Chiefs could be replicated but this time in the English Premier League.

Since the Zebra-style kit was first launched by Chiefs in the 2011/12 season, two more variations have been released in 2013 and in the current 2019/20 campaign.

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While the design has often divided opinion amongst South African football fans, it's become a popular shirt choice with the Amakhosi faithful.

Scroll through the gallery above to see how the leaked United kit resembles Chiefs' Zebra-style designs

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While football is now suspended across the globe due to the coronavirus pandemic, it hasn't stopped social media from leaking what's reported to be the latest Manchester United third kit for next season.

In Europe, kits are often leaked on online during its production stages before officially released by football clubs and Footy Headlines has since published an array of United apparel with a similar design.

Described as a bold and unique 'dazzle camo' look with black and white print, if the kit launches it's likely to get tongues wagging as it goes against the normal traditional feel of the Red Devils shirt styles.

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However, Premier League club's have often used the third-choice kit designs for a more fashionable look to appeal to younger markets around the world.

It's been claimed all the logos on the Adidas Manchester United 2020/21 shirt will be red, including a monochrome variant of the United crest.